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The following courses are included in the Full Stack Web Developer Career Path (if we have more courses for this career track in future, we will keep on adding them):


1) Java Programming

2) JSP (Java Server Pages)

3) Java Servlets

4) JavaScript

5) Angular 8

6) Node.js 

7) ReactJS

8) MongoDB

9) HTML5 and CSS3

10) Django

 

Full-stack web developers are experts who are familiar with both client-side and server-side programming. They perform the roles of front-end and back-end developers.

Full-stack development is in huge demand. Companies need full stack developers because of quite a few reasons. Full-stack developers can work with many technologies; they can handle more aspects of a project than an average programmer. They cut costs for companies because they can do the work of many specialists alone. A full-stack developer is familiar with many stacks, including the MEAN stack and the LAMP stack. Their vast knowledge of multiple areas equips them to handle the unique requirements of their projects.

 

As a full-stack developer, you’ll have to handle both the client-side and the server-side of the application you develop. A full-stack developer can easily handle the work of 2-3 developers because of his/her expertise. An excellent full-stack developer can handle the requirements of both a front-end developer and a back-end developer. Due to this reason, a company can keep the teams small, avoid miscommunication, and reduce the operating costs.

Course/Topic 1 - Java Programming - all lectures

  • In this video you will learn the introduction to Java programming. This tutorial explains the installation and usage of the Java programming language. It also contains examples for standard programming tasks.

    • 14:43
  • In this video you will learn based on the data type of a variable, the operating system allocates memory and decides what can be stored in the reserved memory. Therefore, by assigning different data types to variables, you can store integers, decimals, or characters in these variables.

    • 27:17
  • In this video you will learn about the control statement in java is a statement that determines whether the other statements will be executed or not. It controls the flow of a program. An 'if' statement in java determines the sequence of execution between a set of two statements.

    • 21:16
  • In this video you will learn Looping in programming languages is a feature which facilitates the execution of a set of instructions/functions repeatedly while some condition evaluates to true. while loop: A while loop is a control flow statement that allows code to be executed repeatedly based on a given Boolean condition.

    • 28:22
  • In this video you learn about Classes and Objects are basic concepts of Object Oriented Programming which revolve around the real life entities. A class is a user defined blueprint or prototype from which objects are created. It represents the set of properties or methods that are common to all objects of one type.

    • 14:24
  • In this you will learn In Java, static keyword is mainly used for memory management. It can be used with variables, methods, blocks and nested classes. It is a keyword which is used to share the same variable or method of a given class. Basically, static is used for a constant variable or a method that is same for every instance of a class.

    • 29:37
  • In this video you will learn about Array an array is a group of like-typed variables that are referred to by a common name. Arrays in Java work differently than they do in C/C++. Following are some important points about Java arrays.

    • 28:13
  • In this video you will learn the java.util.Arrays.binarySearch(Object[] a, Object key) method searches the specified array for the specified object using the binary search algorithm. The array be sorted into ascending order according to the natural ordering of its elements prior to making this call. If it is not sorted, the results are undefined.

    • 32:51
  • In this video, you will learn about the Java multidimensional array using 2-dimensional arrays and 3-dimensional arrays with the help of examples.

    • 22:37
  • In this video you will learn the java.util.Arrays.sort(Object[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex) method sorts the specified range of the specified array of objects into ascending order, according to the natural ordering of its elements. The range to be sorted extends from index fromIndex, inclusive, to index toIndex, exclusive.

    • 14:35
  • In this video you will learn Inheritance in Java is a mechanism in which one object acquires all the properties and behaviors of a parent object. It is an important part of OOPs (Object Oriented programming system).

    • 26:27
  • In this video you will learn more about Inheritance.

    • 23:04
  • In this video you will learn In Java, two or more methods can have same name if they differ in parameters (different number of parameters, different types of parameters, or both). These methods are called overloaded methods and this feature is called method overloading.

    • 30:35
  • In the last video, you will learn about inheritance. Inheritance is an OOP property that allows us to derive a new class (subclass) from an existing class (superclass). The subclass inherits the attributes and methods of the superclass.

    • 32:42
  • In this video you will learn about t he super keyword in java is a reference variable that is used to refer parent class objects. ... Basically this form of super is used to initialize superclass variables when there is no constructor present in superclass. On the other hand, it is generally used to access the specific variable of a superclass.

    • 31:17
  • In this video you will learn about the Java programming language, the final keyword is used in several contexts to define an entity that can only be assigned once. Once a final variable has been assigned, it always contains the same value.

    • 25:25
  • In this video you will learn about Polymorphism, it is the ability of an object to take on many forms. The most common use of polymorphism in OOP occurs when a parent class reference is used to refer to a child class object. Any Java object that can pass more than one IS-A test is considered to be polymorphic.

    • 39:06
  • In this video you will learn about the class which is declared with the abstract keyword is known as an abstract class in Java. It can have abstract and non-abstract methods (method with the body).

    • 20:50
  • In this video you will learn about methods form the object's interface with the outside world; the buttons on the front of your television set, for example, are the interface between you and the electrical wiring on the other side of its plastic casing. You press the "power" button to turn the television on and off.

    • 19:20
  • In this video you will learn the interface is a reference type in Java. It is similar to class. It is a collection of abstract methods. A class implements an interface, thereby inheriting the abstract methods of the interface.

    • 15:29
  • In this video you will learn about the interface in Java is a mechanism to achieve abstraction. There can be only abstract methods in the Java interface, not method body. It is used to achieve abstraction and multiple inheritance in Java.

    • 18:14
  • In this video you will learn about the main difference is methods of a Java interface are implicitly abstract and cannot have implementations. A Java abstract class can have instance methods that implements a default behavior. ... A Java class can implement multiple interfaces but it can extend only one abstract class.

    • 11:34
  • In this video you will learn about the packages in Java is used to group related classes. Think of it as a folder in a file directory. We use packages to avoid name conflicts, and to write a better maintainable code. Built-in Packages (packages from the Java API) User-defined Packages (create your own packages)

    • 23:36
  • In this video you will learn about the access modifier, there are four types of Java access modifiers: Private: The access level of a private modifier is only within the class. Default: The access level of a default modifier is only within the package. Protected: The access level of a protected modifier is within the package and outside the package through child class.

    • 17:23
  • In this video you will learn about the Encapsulation in Java is a mechanism of wrapping the data (variables) and code acting on the data (methods) together as a single unit. In encapsulation, the variables of a class will be hidden from other classes, and can be accessed only through the methods of their current class.

    • 15:49
  • In this video you will learn about the Strings in Java are Objects that are backed internally by a char array. Since arrays are immutable (cannot grow), Strings are immutable as well. Whenever a change to a String is made, an entirely new String is created. Below is the basic syntax for declaring a string in Java programming language.

    • 27:21
  • In this video you will learn about Java String, how to create it and its various methods with the help of examples. In Java, a string is a sequence of characters. For example, "hello" is a string containing a sequence of characters 'h', 'e', 'l', 'l', and 'o'.

    • 35:22
  • In this video you will learn about the Exception (or exceptional event) is a problem that arises during the execution of a program. When an Exception occurs the normal flow of the program is disrupted and the program/Application terminates abnormally, which is not recommended, therefore, these exceptions are to be handled.

    • 14:35
  • In this video you will learn about the Customized Exception Handling: Java exception handling is managed via five keywords: try, catch, throw, throws, and finally. Briefly, here is how they work. Program statements that you think can raise exceptions are contained within a try block. If an exception occurs within the try block, it is thrown.

    • 28:28
  • In this video you will learn about the Finally block contains all the crucial statements that must be executed whether exception occurs or not. ... The statements present in this block will always execute regardless of whether exception occurs in try block or not such as closing a connection, stream etc.

    • 28:33
  • In this video you will learn about the Java exception this fall into two main categories: checked exceptions and unchecked exceptions. In this article, we'll provide some code samples on how to use them.

    • 17:08
  • In this video you will learn about the Throw is a keyword which is used to throw an exception explicitly in the program inside a function or inside a block of code. Throws is a keyword used in the method signature used to declare an exception which might get thrown by the function while executing the code

    • 34:03
  • In this video you will learn how to create a custom exception in Java. We’ll show how user-defined exceptions are implemented and used for both checked and unchecked exceptions.

    • 10:50
  • In this video you will learn about the Threads which allows a program to operate more efficiently by doing multiple things at the same time. Threads can be used to perform complicated tasks in the background without interrupting the main program.

    • 34:41
  • In this video you will learn about the Thread class provides the join, method which allows one thread to wait until another thread completes its execution. If t is a Thread object whose thread is currently executing, then t. join, will make sure that t is terminated before the next instruction is executed by the program.

    • 35:28
  • In this video you will learn about the Synchronization in java is the capability to control the access of multiple threads to any shared resource. Java Synchronization is better option where we want to allow only one thread to access the shared resource.

    • 26:47
  • In this video you will learn about the Inter Thread Communication, if you are aware of inter-process communication then it will be easy for you to understand interthread communication. Interthread communication is important when you develop an application where two or more threads exchange some information.

    • 22:07
  • In this video you will learn about the Linked List, it is a part of the Collection framework present in java. util package. This class is an implementation of the Linked List data structure which is a linear data structure where the elements are not stored in contiguous locations and every element is a separate object with a data part and address part.

    • 36:22
  • In this video you will learn about the Linked List, it is a part of the Collection framework present in java. util package. This class is an implementation of the LinkedList data structure which is a linear data structure where the elements are not stored in contiguous locations and every element is a separate object with a data part and address part.

    • 27:38
  • In this video you will learn about the Java Hash Set it class is used to create a collection that uses a hash table for storage. It inherits the Abstract Set class and implements Set interface. The important points about Java HashSet class are: HashSet stores the elements by using a mechanism called hashing. HashSet contains unique elements only.

    • 28:58
  • In this video you will learn about the Comparable and comparator, these both are an interface that can be used to sort the elements of the collection. Comparator interface belongs to java.util package while comparable belongs to java. Lang package. Comparator interface sort collection using two objects provided to it, whereas comparable interface compares" this" refers to the one objects provided to it.

    • 36:54
  • In this video you will learn about the queue its interface is provided in java. util package and it implements the Collection interface. The queue implements FIFO i.e. First in First Out. This means that the elements entered first are the ones that are deleted first.

    • 12:28
  • In this video you will learn about the Map its interface present in java util package represents a mapping between a key and a value. The Map interface is not a subtype of the Collection interface. Therefore, it behaves a bit differently from the rest of the collection types. A map contains unique keys.

    • 30:03
  • In this video you will learn about the Map its implementations are grouped into general-purpose, special-purpose, and concurrent implementations.

    • 16:55
  • In this video you will learn about JDBC it stands for Java Database Connectivity. JDBC is a Java API to connect and execute the query with the database. It is a part of JavaSE (Java Standard Edition). JDBC API uses JDBC drivers to connect with the database. There are four types of JDBC drivers.

    • 17:48
  • In this video you will learn about the JDBC API is a Java API that can access any kind of tabular data, especially data stored in a Relational Database. JDBC works with Java on a variety of platforms, such as Windows, Mac OS, and the various versions of UNIX.

    • 31:19
  • In this video you will learn how to create a simple JDBC application. This will show you how to open a database connection, execute a SQL query, and display the results.

    • 15:28
  • In this video you will learn how to use a Java JDBC Prepared Statement instead of a Statement and benefit from the features of the Prepared Statement. The Java JDBC Prepared Statement primary features are: Easy to insert parameters into the SQL statement

    • 21:47
  • In this video you will learn about Callable Statement Database in this Once a connection is obtained, we can interact with the database. The JDBC Statement, Callable Statement, and Prepared Statement interfaces define the methods and properties that enable you to send SQL or PL/SQL commands and receive data from your database

    • 22:37
  • In this video you will learn about the dynamic database refers to the process of firing SQL queries on demand to create the schema afresh. The JDBC API library is quite capable of dealing with the situation.

    • 23:17
  • In this video you will learn about the Lambda expressions are introduced in Java 8 and are touted to be the biggest feature of Java 8. Lambda expression facilitates functional programming, and simplifies the development a lot.

    • 35:08
  • In this video you will learn about the Predicate it is a generic functional interface that represents a single argument function that returns a Boolean value (true or false). This interface available in java unit function package and contains a test method that evaluates the predicate of a given argument.

    • 22:41
  • In this video you will learn about the article Lambda Expression with Collections are discussed with examples of sorting different collections like Array List, Tree Set, Tree Map, etc.

    • 21:19
  • In this video you will learn about the Consumer it is an in-built functional interface introduced in Java 8 in the java. util. function package. Consumer can be used in all contexts where an object needs to be consumed that is taken as input, and some operation is to be performed on the object without returning any result.

    • 19:12
  • In this video you will learn about the Stream, it is a new abstract layer introduced in Java 8. Using stream, you can process data in a declarative way similar to SQL statements. For example, consider the following SQL statement.

    • 10:41
  • In this video, you will learn the major pieces of new functionality Java 8 had added – Streams. We'll explain what streams are about and showcase the creation and basic stream operations with simple examples

    • 28:19

Course/Topic 2 - JSP (Java Server Pages) - all lectures

  • In this first video on JSP, you will get a brief overview of some terminologies like World Wide Web, Web Application, What is Dynamic Web Page, HTTP, HTTP Requests, Get vs. Post, Servlet Container, Limitations of CGI. and the features of Servlets.

    • 22:20
  • In this tutorial, you will learn about Java Server Pages.

    • 20:21
  • In this video, you will learn about the Directory Structure in JSP, a complete overview of what is directory structure, how to use it and a practical demonstration of its implementation on the Eclipse window.

    • 18:13
  • This video is all about the in-depth concept on the lifecycle of a JSP page. Here the instructor will be seen explaining each and every details associated with the JSP lifecycle.

    • 13:18
  • In this first part of the Scripting Elements, you will get a detailed explanation about Scripting elements used in JSP. In short, you will learn about JSP tags. Here the tutor will be seen giving an overview about 3 different tags used in JSP which are scriplet tag, expressive tag and the declaration tag.This video will primary focus on the introduction to scriplet. Finally, the instructor will be seen demonstrating a small program writing scriplet inside a java program

    • 07:42
  • This is a continuation video to the scriplet tag and the program that was seen by the instructor writing scriplet inside a java program. Further, it will be followed with an overview on declaration tag and the syntax that is being used in this tag.

    • 30:46
  • In this video, the instructor will be seen modifying the previous program to count the number of pages that has been accessed. Here, the instructor will be showing how to write the code for the above work process in eclipse window.

    • 06:21
  • In this video, you will understand a very important concept of JSP which is the Implicit Object. You will get a complete theoretical overview of the Implicit Object and its type along with a practical demonstration on its implementation.

    • 26:42
  • This is the first part of the Implicit project where the instructor will be seen demonstrating a small project on it, which will help students in clearing all their doubts regarding Implicit Objects in JSP.

    • 27:41
  • This is the second part of the previous video where the instructor will be seen continuing with the program for demonstrating the project on Implicit Object.

    • 16:48
  • This video is a complete demonstration program on Implicit Project focusing on Login JSP. Here the tutor will be seeing explaining the process with a complete step by step process.

    • 29:41
  • In this course, you will learn about the Implicit Project Registration and the complete step by steps in implementing the steps. Here you will learn to design registration.jsp along with understanding the other concepts.

    • 21:14
  • In this video, you will learn to design success, failure and user exists.jsp. Here the instructor will be seen explaining each and every details on the above three concepts.

    • 17:03
  • Here, in this video, you will get to see the execution of the program done in the previous videos and find out the output of the project. This video consists of only the execution of the program and not the coding, which was done in the previous videos.

    • 06:16
  • In this chapter, we will discuss Directives in JSP. These directives provide directions and instructions to the container, telling it how to handle certain aspects of the JSP processing.

    • 24:25
  • The JSP directives are messages that tells the web container how to translate a JSP page into the corresponding servlet.

    • 29:33
  • This include directive is used to include the contents of any resource it may be JSP, file, html file or text file. They include directive includes the original content of the included resource at page translation time (the JSP, page is translated only once so it will be better to include static resource)

    • 24:42
  • They include directive is used to include a file during the translation phase. This directive tells the container to merge the content of other external files with the current JSP during the translation phase. You may code include directives anywhere in your JSP page.

    • 07:32
  • The jsp:useBean action tag is used to locate or instantiate a bean class. If bean object of the Bean class is already created, it doesn't create the bean depending on the scope. But if object of bean is not created, it instantiates the bean.

    • 26:21
  • In this video we will see how to use a bean class in JSP with the help of jsp:useBean, jsp:setProperty and jsp:getProperty action tags.

    • 22:57
  • In this video we will see how to use a bean class in JSP with the help of jsp:useBean, jsp:setProperty and jsp:getProperty action tags.

    • 05:42
  • The jsp: include action tag is used to include the content of another resource it may be jsp, html or servlet. The jsp include action tag includes the resource at request time so it is better for dynamic pages because there might be changes in future. The jsp: include tag can be used to include static as well as dynamic pages.

    • 46:56
  • Include action tag is used for including another resource to the current JSP page. The included resource can be a static page in HTML, JSP page or Servlet. We can also pass parameters and their values to the resource which we are including. Below I have shared two examples of , one which includes a page without passing any parameters and in second example we are passing few parameters to the page which is being included.

    • 10:55
  • JSP forward action tag is used for forwarding a request to another resource (It can be a JSP, static page such as html or Servlet). Request can be forwarded with or without parameter. In this tutorial we will see examples of action tag

    • 21:19
  • The forward action terminates the action of the current page and forwards the request to another resource such as a static page, another JSP page, or a Java Servlet.

    • 22:15
  • The Expression Language (EL) simplifies the accessibility of data stored in the Java Bean component, and other objects like request, session, application etc.

    • 21:23
  • JSP Expression Language (EL) makes it possible to easily access application data stored in JavaBeans components. JSP EL allows you to create expressions both (a) arithmetic and (b) logical. Within a JSP EL expression, you can use integers, floating point numbers, strings, the built-in constants true and false for boolean values, and null.

    • 18:49
  • Expression Language (EL) is mechanism that simplifies the accessibility of the data stored in Java bean component and other object like request, session and application, etc. There are many operators in JSP that are used in EL like arithmetic and logical operators to perform an expression. It was introduced in JSP.

    • 21:57
  • JSP is primarily used for view purpose. But even to display result of business logic, we need to access the data, process the data, store it in some scope in JSP. We have discussed how to do all these in JSP using scripting tags in earlier chapter.

    • 14:54